Restraint Urged for Egypt's Security Services
New York Times
Published: August 3, 2013. CAIRO — Egypt's interim vice president said on Saturday that force could be used only as a last resort to disperse demonstrations held by supporters of Mohamed Morsi, who was deposed by the military a month ago. World ...
US envoy in Egypt holds talks with rival sides
Egypt sides far apart as pro-Morsi protesters buck calls to end sit-ins, US ...
Conciliatory tones in Egypt as envoys seek to avert bloodbath
New York Times
Egypt General Has Country Wondering About Aims
New York Times
CAIRO — When Egypt's first elected president, Mohamed Morsi, promoted Gen. Abdul-Fattah el-Sisi to defense minister nearly a year ago, sweeping away an aging cadre of generals, many saw it as a triumph for the Islamist president, and for a fledgling ...
Foreign Policy (blog)
Another night of unrest in Egypt: Protesters, security forces clash
Egypt's military toppled Morsy, the country's first democratically elected president, on July 3 and quickly rounded up some of his top supporters. Morsy was just over a year into his presidency. He has not been seen publicly since being detained last ...
Egypt explained: 6 key questions
Obama Nominates Controversial Egypt Ambassador to Top Middle East Post
Egypt committed to roadmap, Fahmy tells U.S., EU
Conciliatory tones in Egypt as envoys visit
Egypt's army-backed rulers and allies of deposed President Mohamed Morsi have given the first signs of a readiness to compromise, pressed by Western envoys trying to head off more bloodshed. Faced with the threat of a crackdown on supporters of the ...
Islamists in Egypt face popular backlash
Islamist president Mohamed Morsi is out. His opponents, a military-backed interim government of secularists, are in. And if you've got a beard — that most conspicuous symbol of Islamism in post-Arab Spring Egypt — you're likely to get taunted on the ...
Al-Qaeda leader says Egypt's Morsi abandoned jihad
He says Morsi, toppled in a July 3 coup after millions took to the streets demanding his overthrow, was targeted by a conspiracy of secularists, Coptic Christians, and Egypt's "Americanized" army for being Islamist. But he also condemned Morsi's Muslim ...
Al-Qaeda leader says Egypt coup proof that Islamic rule cannot come through ...
'Democracy not the way' Al Qaeda tells Egypt's Morsi supporters
Qaeda chief Zawahiri accuses US of 'plotting' Egypt Morsi ouster
Exclusive: Egypt pro-Mursi alliance signals flexibility in talks
CAIRO (Reuters) - Allies of deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi told mediators on Saturday they respected the popular will expressed in mass protests that led to his downfall, suggesting they might be backing away from a demand he be reinstated.
Quick Guide: Who's Protesting in Egypt? And Why?
ABC News (blog)
Supporters of former president Mohamed Morsi staged fresh rallies Friday night under the banner “Egypt against the coup,” after the military-backed civilian government threatened to clear protesters off the streets, again. But the tougher the military ...
Egypt warns pro-Morsi protesters to leave sit-in
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's Interior Ministry warned supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi on Saturday for a second time to abandon their protest encampments as a senior U.S. diplomat was meeting with officials on both sides of the political divide ...
“You Turned Your Back on the Egyptians”
If we wanted to oppose or not allow them to come to rule Egypt, we would have done things with the elections, as elections used to be rigged in the past. Unfortunately, the former president picked fights with almost all the state institutions. When a ...